Word: boil

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Related words: boil

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Synonyms: boil

boiling point, rolling boil, swelling, spot, pimple, blister, pustule, eruption, carbuncle, wen, abscess, ulcer, furuncle

Translations: boil

spanish
hervir, cocer, bullir


german
eiterbeule, kochen, schwären, furunkel, beule, ...

french
bouillent, bouillez, bous, bouillonner, bouillir, ...

italian
bollire, ribollire

portuguese
fervura, ferver

dutch
borrelen, zieden, koken

russian
вскипятить, вариться, вскипятиться, нарыв, кипятиться, ...

norwegian
koke

swedish
koka

finnish
paise, keittää, ravistaa, kiehua, äkämä

danish
koge

czech
vařit, var, kypět, furunkl, vřed, ...

polish
przegotować, zagotować, kipieć, wrzenie, czyrak, ...

hungarian
kelés

turkish
kaynatmak, kaynamak

greek
βράζω

ukrainian
варити, вирувати, згущати, закип'ятити, гніватися

albanian
vloj, ziej

bulgarian
цирей, вари, заври, кипене, се вари

belarusian
гатаваць

estonian
keema, keetma

croatian
vreti, vrenje

icelandic
sjóða

latin
fervefacio

lithuanian
virti

latvian
vārīt, vārīties

macedonian
вари, вриење, зоврие, врие, се вари

romanian
fierbe

slovenian
zavrite, vremo, čir, vreti

slovak
variť

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The meaning and "use of": boil

noun
  • the temperature at which a liquid bubbles and turns to vapor.
  • an outdoor meal at which seafood is boiled.
  • an inflamed pus-filled swelling on the skin, typically caused by the infection of a hair follicle.

verb
  • (with reference to a liquid) reach or cause to reach the temperature at which it bubbles and turns to vapor.
  • (of the sea or clouds) be turbulent and stormy.

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